Maeve is fully aware of the two worlds she lives in, and, despite facing the scrutiny of the Westworld designers and security employees, she is optimistic to get to the core of her own control. This changes everything about "Westworld." Maeve can now out-smart the park staff and, more importantly, can lead a rebellion against the creator or creators.

Maeve is slowly discovering what it’s like to have free will

She's the first one to manipulate the system, and has been going through some changes lately. Maeve knows her intelligence is at 14 on a scale of 1 to 20. Felix tells her, "Fourteen is the highest level of intelligence the theme park creators will allow hosts to have.

Anything more is potentially devastating."

Now her brain power is at 20! What's more, she discovers that someone with a much higher clearance has already been changing her data -- and, they’ve raised her paranoia and aggressiveness. "Westworld" spoilers indicate that she has a strong will, a gift for reading people, and she's very charming. But with this revelation, she's not quite sure what to do

Maeve is beyond the control of the park staff

Maeve Millay is beautiful, razor-sharp, and the park's brothel madame in the local Mariposa Saloon. She has a lust for power and an unforgiving hate towards the men who took advantage of her. "Westworld" spoilers suggest that Maeve is slowly discovering; she lives in a world without consequences; where she can die and then wake up good as new. Millay went to the lab to see for herself, and saw Sylvester drilling into Clementine's brain! At the same time, she was fascinated by the Hosts being fixed, the new ones being designed, and the process of programming the Hosts.

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Maeve keeps having flashing dreams and nightmares of herself holding hands with a little girl. She is determined to find out what it all means. What happens next will set a chain reaction of events into play, and Maeve Millay is more than ready to confront it all!

"Westworld" airs every Sunday night on HBO.